Indian Sign Language

9-12 years

We'll add new batches soon!

About the playshop

Join us for a creative session focussed on non-verbal communication using Indian Sign Language. Indian Sign Language (ISL) is the predominant sign language in the Indian subcontinent, used by at least 7 million people. This

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  1. Social Skills - Kids will develop a new means of communication with the deaf

  1. Intellectual Skills - Kids will develop new, non-verbal channels of communication

  1. Emotional Skills - Kids will learn to express themselves without the use of words

Playshop schedule
60 minutes
  • Introduction

    5 minutes

    Welcome and greetings

  • Brief on ISL

    10 minutes

    Introduction to Indian Sign Language and its significance to communication

  • Let's learn

    15 minutes

    Understanding the basics of sign language such as alphabets, numbers and colours

  • Lets Practice

    20 minutes

    Learning to sign the favourite alphabets, numbers and colours

  • Feedback

    10 minutes

    Facilitators and kids reflect on their learnings and take snapshots

Requirement - Laptop


Requirement - High speed internet

High speed internet

Requirement - Comfortable clothing

Comfortable clothing

Requirement - Water bottle

Water bottle

Playshop Partner
Smriti Nagpal

Sign Language Expert

At the age of 16, Smriti started working as a sign language interpreter in India. She went on to found Atulyakala, India’s first deaf-run lifestyle brand, which now has branches in Europe and Denmark. Her aim is to empower deaf artists in India and to increase their interaction with the rest of society through business. Her initiatives have earned her worldwide recognition, including a place in the BBC’s 100 Inspirational Women List in 2015.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can my child join if the Zoom link is full?

As Zoom has an upper limit of 300 attendees, participation via Zoom takes place on a first come first serve basis. In case your child is unable to join via Zoom, you can participate via the live stream of the session on our YouTube channel:

What is a Playshop?

Playshops are short exploratory sessions that allow children to try their hands at different extracurricular activities to discover something that they love and find new interests to pursue.

How are Playshops priced?

All Playshops are currently free to attend!

What can my child learn in Playshop?

Playshops are offered in dance, arts & crafts, theatre, photography and much more. Please visit to see a list of upcoming Playshop sessions.

What does my child need to attend a Playshop?

A list of requirements for each Playshop can be viewed that Playshop's page. Further, the requirements for a specific Playshop will be communicated to you upon registration. However, the common requirement for all Playshops is a device(desktop, tablet or mobile phone) with a strong internet connection.